FILEERROR

Detailed Description

Enumerations

enum  FILEERROR {
  FILEERROR_NONE,
  FILEERROR_OPEN,
  FILEERROR_CLOSE,
  FILEERROR_READ,
  FILEERROR_WRITE,
  FILEERROR_SEEK,
  FILEERROR_INVALID,
  FILEERROR_OUTOFMEMORY,
  FILEERROR_USERBREAK,
  FILEERROR_WRONG_VALUE,
  FILEERROR_CHUNK_NUMBER,
  FILEERROR_VALUE_NO_CHUNK,
  FILEERROR_FILE_END,
  FILEERROR_UNKNOWN_VALUE
}
 

Enumeration Type Documentation

§ FILEERROR

enum FILEERROR
Enumerator
FILEERROR_NONE 

No error.

FILEERROR_OPEN 

Problems opening the file.

FILEERROR_CLOSE 

Problems closing the file.

FILEERROR_READ 

Problems reading the file.

FILEERROR_WRITE 

Problems writing the file.

FILEERROR_SEEK 

Problems seeking the file.

FILEERROR_INVALID 

Invalid parameter or operation (e.g. writing in read-mode).

FILEERROR_OUTOFMEMORY 

Not enough memory.

FILEERROR_USERBREAK 

User break.

FILEERROR_WRONG_VALUE 

Other value detected than expected.

FILEERROR_CHUNK_NUMBER 

Wrong number of chunks or sub-chunks detected.

FILEERROR_VALUE_NO_CHUNK 

There was a value without any enclosing START/STOP chunks.

FILEERROR_FILE_END 

The file end was reached without finishing reading.

FILEERROR_UNKNOWN_VALUE 

Unknown value detected.